IMPACT 2020: The TMA Annual Experience

From IMPACT 2020: The TMA Annual Experience

Ever wanted to know what ”connections” are when it comes to disclosure? Maybe you’ve thought about how much you really need to include about ”scope of work” when being retained in a case matter. Or have you ever wondered if your...

When an insolvent company contemplates filing for creditor protection under one of Canada’s principle restructuring statutes, it may require interim financing or, as more typically referred to in the U.S., debtor-in-possession (DIP) financing. The availability of, and allowance for, DIP financing...
The Canadian judiciary has occasionally been criticized by the litigation bar for not taking advantage of the summary judgment procedures set out in the Court Rules. Indeed, it seems that a summary judgment is granted only in exceptional circumstances, and a judge may be more likely to “kick the...
Compared to the case law governing distressed corporations, the case law governing distressed limited liability companies (LLCs) is in its nascent stages. This is largely attributable to the fact that LLCs are a comparatively newer form of corporate structure and thus have lesser developed...
In most Chapter 11 cases, the debtor’s ultimate goal is to propose and confirm a Chapter 11 plan. While this is easier said than done, many Chapter 11 plans are typically the product of protracted negotiations among the debtor, its lender(s), trade creditors, and other interested parties. The...